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The Brooklyn Chocolate Tour is for true chocoholics. You’ll see different parts of Brooklyn such as Valentino Pier, Cobble Hill, Red Hook, Carroll Gardens and Gowanus. And the best part? The chocolate tasting of course! You’ll visit chocolatiers that have been featured on TV channels such as the Food Network, the Cooking Channel and the Travel Channel. You’ll even stop for a slice of pizza along the way to cleanse your palate.
The Finest Chocolatiers of Brooklyn
You’ll leave Manhattan behind and head to Brooklyn to start exploring the finest chocolate hotspots. The first stop on the tour is in DUMBO, where you’ll visit one of the best artisan chocolatiers in the U.S. Here you’ll be able to taste treats such as chocolate macadamias, chocolate blueberries and Chocolate Cheerios™.
Once you’ve enjoyed your first tasting, you’ll head over to The Chocolate Room where you can continue to indulge the chocolate monster. Their three-layer chocolate cake was named one of ‘Oprah’s Favourite Things’. You’ll be able to try this delicious cake in cupcake form, alongside a cup of hot chocolate.
Raaka Chocolate and Li-Lac Chocolates
Before heading off to the other chocolatiers, you’ll be able to walk across Valentino Pier, a hidden Brooklyn gem. Then off to the next chocolate stop: Raaka Chocolate! This company prides itself on making organic ‘virgin chocolate’. Not only do you get to taste some of their delicious creations, but as you are at their factory, you get the chance to see how chocolate is produced, packaged and shipped.
Your last stop is Li-Lac Chocolates, one of the oldest chocolatiers in New York. Li-Lac Chocolates are real artisan chocolatiers, known for their incredible chocolate speciality moulds. You’ll be able to sample some of their best-selling items such as hazelnut truffle squares and almond bark. You’ll also be able to peek into their factory and see how the chocolate is made by hand.
After purchasing, you will receive a voucher that you can print out and use as your ticket for the tour, or show on your phone as a mobile ticket.
- Duration: 4 hours
- Departure Point: Union Square
- Departure Time: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 11:00
- You’ll have two tastings at each of the four stops
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